Resetting Firefox to its default state!

  spuds 11:52 14 Sep 13
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Over the past day or so, Firefox informed me that 'it was running slow' (which I hadn't really noticed) and referred me to a troubleshooting help support page.

It was a suggestion that I 'reset Firefox to its original default state', which is simply clicking on a tab in the help/support section.

My question is if I was to do this, what would I lose and what would I gain. On the help information there are possibilities of what might be lost.

I was just wondering if anyone had used this facility, and thought it worthwhile, considering Firefox states that this programme appears to be running slow?.

  lotvic 15:15 14 Sep 13

I've not used that facility, but to answer the Q "what would I lose and what would I gain" it seems hit and miss (no guarantees) click here

  spuds 17:58 14 Sep 13
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Thanks guys for the responses.

lotvic - I was redirected to that page by Firefox, hence my request about anyone's own experiences for doing a reset, before attempting to do so.

I could try, but don't want to lose to many things, if at all likely?.

Firefox seems to think its running slow, but I haven't really noticed that?.

Think that I will tick this resolved.

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